Don’t al­ways go slow

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Us­ing a very slow shut­ter speed might be your first thought for a seas­cape shot, to give the wa­ter that milky look, but of­ten it’s more in­ter­est­ing to use a slightly faster shut­ter speed to add a hint of mo­tion blur, and cap­ture the move­ment and en­ergy of the waves (but not too fast, or they will end up look­ing too static). In this shot (right) you can see the dif­fer­ence a 15-se­cond ex­po­sure makes over the Hot Shot, which was shot at 2.5 secs.

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